If you are looking to hone your expertise, then this is a good place. The patient flow is good so you get a lot of practice. From simple to the most complex cases you get to see all. The infrastructure is a little outdated.
The course curriculum is honestly outdated. Dentistry can be a 3.5 years course if tried. We are taught about medical subjects in detail which is honestly of no use. The DCI needs to revise what is important.
Internship is compulsory as a party of licensing. The stipend is next to nothing. It's a one year internship. They cut the stipend if you miss and make you do extensions without payment. The overall work is good.
The interns are responsible for all the social, sports and cultural events. The college is not very friendly though. We have one sports event that has football, basketball, cricket and indoors games.
Depends, If you take the government seat or the private or the management seat. The government seat is obviously scarce with all the reservation. The private seat is affordable for a middle class family.
I don't think there is any scholarship scheme offered by my college. People do take student loans for both undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Although there are scholarships offered by institutions like Tata.
The ECA is extremely limited. The college is emstydies oriented rather than overall education. Even for university events, it is extremely difficult to get permission. Dorm parties are impossible. Language is a big barrier.
They are extremely helpful. You tend to become friends with them over 5 years so they guide you once you graduate thourough their own experience. They also teach you during the pregnancy clinical work.
Wrote the COMEDK entrance exam. After the results, sat for counseling. At a rank of 5000 got SDMCDSH in the first round. Wanted a medical seat but couldn't get it. So that obviously left me with the option of dentistry.
The older faculty is nice. The younger ones are just lazy. They leave it to you to read and learn. There are times when we struggle with patients and they don't bother coming and helping. Language barrier is another issue.
Admission is given on the basis of Rank and 12th marks. One needs to appear in NEET as they consider the rank scored in NEET. Minimum marks (in 12th) to be eligible to sit in counselling are 50%( in physics chemistry biology). One need to fill the college form from their website.
In medical college there is no such things as placement. Mostly students are planning to go for further studies. But yes some college do provide internship at a reputable place. Internship are paid and mostly students get around 3-4k/month.
There are many positive things in our college. The fees is less, infrastructure is good, education is good, faculty is good, and extracurricular activities are available. The only negative remark is there is no canteen for our college which is a bit difflculty students are facing.
Our college provide green and clean campus and 24×7 study labiriry that makes our college very great in our college there are so many patient are get the treatments from our college because our college provide the good treatment with reasonable prices.
College is good And its a good campus for those who want to study. Patient exposure is not that good but you can adjust. There are no other entertainment in sullia where this college is situated like pubs theatre etc. Campus is really nice but people wont allow any one to sit around the campus. And there are no places to sit and talk.
My college is decent. I probably won't consider it the best college in the world. But the experience you get, the lessons you learn, and the value of dentistry is definitely brought out by my college. As long as you stay strong and get through this grueling process, you will look back and see how much you've grown thanks to all the circumstances that it's put you through. You'll not just gain friends, you'll gain a family
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